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Can solid be formed if surfaces overlap Solidworks

By 2ea76538 on 15 Apr 22:47 2 answers 1 comment

If surfaces overlap one another can a solid be formed if the surfaces enclose a solid

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  • Tommy Mueller
    Tommy Mueller over 4 years ago

    Unfortunately you'll need to trim the excess surfacing off using the trim tool, then use the "Knit Surface" command.

    When using the "Knit Surface", you'll have an option to create a solid body if your surfaces are "Water-tight"; seamed properly.

    If the option is not available, there is something wrong with your geometry.

    "Pierce Point" relations are your best friend making solids from surfaces.

    Hope this helps :)

  • Juan Esteban Paz (JEPaz)
    Juan Esteban Paz (JEPaz) over 4 years ago

    SW requires you to have a closed surface in order to make it a solid body so you can't!

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